We’re constantly working to improve how our tool functions. Our ideal tool is one that you can “set and forget”, allowing you to focus more on the fun happening in-game.
This week we published improvements on the way our systems function. The majority of these changes are behind the scene, but one of the major changes is that activation keys are no longer changed after each renewal.
If you extend your license, the system used to generate a new activation key, requiring the user to manually open their tool preferences and update their tool with the latest details.
As of today, users no longer need to worry about updating their activation key after a renewal. As soon as a membership is renewed, the tool is ready to go with the details it has saved. If you ever want to view the status of your membership, this can be seen from the tool preferences:
You can renew your account at any time by purchasing a new license:
We have come a long way since we started. The first standalone cheat app for Mac became the first multitool with these game-changing capabilities. As we continued our development and research, we expanded our tool to
Our migration to a new server has been completed. As it is possible that emails may have been lost during the migration, if you contacted support in the past two days (between Saturday and Sunday) and have not yet had an answer, resending your email will help.
Everything should seem as it was before, but if you do notice anything unusual, contact us via the link in the top menu.
Due to issues on our current server, we will be migrating to a new server over the next few hours. While we will aim to keep up our service, delays when contacting support are possible. This only affects our websites and our support system, members using the tool are unaffected.
Any DNS changes should be updated within 24/48 hours, depending on your ISP.